Robert Koch-Institut satisfied with Corona study in copper cell

Robert Koch-Institut satisfied with Corona study in copper cell

2020-06-10

The Covid-19-pandemic keeps the world in breath. Already, more than 7.2 million people globally have become infected with the novel Coronavirus – 184.629 of them in Germany. 400,000 people have already died of Covid-19.

The Robert Koch Institute has completed its investigations in the Corona-Hotspot-copper cell, and evaluates the data collected from the now. More than 2100 people from the municipality in the Hohenlohe district were surveyed in the past three weeks. "We are very pleased with the strong Beteiligung", Thomas Lampert from the RKI said on Wednesday, in a communication to the district administrative office. "We are very grateful for all the Motivation and the high level of cooperation that we have experienced here locally." dpa Thomas Lampert of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) sits during a press conference for the Start of the study, “Corona-Monitoring local” in front of a projection in the copper cell.

First results will be presented in four weeks. 23. June is &quot the study;Corona Monitoring lokal" in Bad Feilnbach (Bavaria) continued. Overall, the data from 8000 people to be collected in four particularly from Coronavirus-affected communities. In a copper cell, many people had a Church concert at 1. March infected.

The researchers want to find out how many people have already formed antibodies against the Virus. They also hope to gain insights about the proportion of infections without symptoms. You want to know which people are more likely to be affected and how often a disease so difficult is that people need to go to the hospital.

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